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Subject: Extremely thought-provoking!
This is an extremely thought-provoking work. As is the case with all large societal problems, the causes of human degeneracy are multiple, and the impact of each very difficult to quantify. Nonetheless, this work clearly shows the importance of assembling a sizable group of experts to examine a major problem, as one expert may be able to point out to the rest of the group an important cause or solution that no one else had recognized. In addition, it is most interesting to see that the main causes of human degeneracy, as determined in 1881 by Eugene Dally and his Anthropology Society of Paris colleagues, differ only in detail from what they are today.
-- Professor Gerald Kuhn
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